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February 8, 2018
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hello everyone,

       just purchased a 2014 retro 155. this is our first trailer and we’re totally green. we’ve been eying this model for awhile.  Im towing it with a 2000 tundra, and will definitely be needing to do a lift kit on the trailer just to get it in the driveway. already had to get a 5 inch drop for the hitch, and may have to go to a 7 inch. Looking forward to figuring this thing out. have the manual, but there are no illustrations and it is very vague. 

February 8, 2018
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Welcome Ardnity.  You will have a lot of fun camping, may God grant that it be safe and enjoyable.

February 8, 2018
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ardnity said
hello everyone,

       just purchased a 2014 retro 155. this is our first trailer and we’re totally green. we’ve been eying this model for awhile.  Im towing it with a 2000 tundra, and will definitely be needing to do a lift kit on the trailer just to get it in the driveway. already had to get a 5 inch drop for the hitch, and may have to go to a 7 inch. Looking forward to figuring this thing out. have the manual, but there are no illustrations and it is very vague.   

I put a 3 inch lift on mine, I had a shop do it. You can see it here. https://whitewaterretro.com/forum/retro-upgrades/riverside-rv-white-water-retro-custom-lift-3/

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